10 Healthy Edibles Recipes You Can Make At Home
One of the most common questions we see pop up in the LĒVO Love Club is, "How can I lower my intake of sugar when it comes to edibles?"
The edibles you buy in-stores aren't always the best for you, which is why making homemade edibles is a great option for people looking to lessen their sugar intake or take control of the ingredients that go into their body.
Making your own healthy edibles at home doesn't have to be boring, either. With your LĒVO II infusions, you get full creative control over the type of foods you can infuse. From healthy desserts to savory snacks, get started on your infusion journey with these recipes.
Before you dive into these healthy edibles recipes, here are the tools you'll need to get started:
This brownie recipe with avocado is sure to be a guilt-free hit. But, why use avocados? Avocado is a great source of mono-saturated fat that can reduce your risk of heart disease, besides from being delicious! Avocado oil can be used to make brownies because the oil accentuates the chocolate with a buttery richness. Instead of butter or oil, we use an avocado and avocado oil making the brownies perfectly moist with every bite.
Fat bombs are a popular snack in the keto world, and it might be time you added them to your diet, too! They're typically high in heart-healthy fats and low in carbs and sugar. They'll also help you feel fuller, so you don't constantly feel like snacking. Give these two fat bomb recipes a shot: Key Lime Fat Bombs and Chocolate Mint Fat Bombs.
For some elevated fun, try these edible popsicles packed with strawberry, pineapple, coconut, and guava nectar flavor. With no added sugar, these are a great go-to for when you're craving the flavors of gummies but need something healthier.
Skip store-bought peanut butter, which is often full of sugar and preservatives, and start making your own infused version at home. This infused peanut butter is simple to make and can be paired with your favorite fruits, veggies, oatmeal, or breakfast bowls.
Speaking of peanut butter, you can use your homemade infused peanut butter in this vegan peanut butter cup recipe! This recipe calls for cacao powder, maple syrup, and a handful of other ingredients that are way healthier than store-bought. Keep this recipe on hand for the next time you're craving something chocolatey and delicious.
Craving chips but watching your waistline? We hear you. Homemade snacks are not only better for you, they taste better! These jalapeño cheese crisps have an added cilantro flavor in every bite thanks to the LEVO infusion of cilantro and avocado oil. They're super easy to make and keto, too!
Making your own hummus at home is surprisingly easy, and it's easy to make infused, too! Chickpeas are jam-packed with nutrients and fiber, which helps make you feel fuller. They're also commonly said to help with digestion, weight management, and disease prevention. Add this infused hummus to salads, veggies, or other dishes for a healthy, infused flavor.
Do you remember taking a hard bite into a caramel apple at a local fair or carnival? Delicious, yes, but worth the sugar rush and pulled fillings? Perhaps not. Luckily, we've taken that idea and re-created a healthier, no-bake caramel apple bars recipe reminiscent of the classic caramel apple.
These Pistachio Matcha Energy Balls are delicious, nutritious, and fun to make. Get creative and try adding additional spices, nuts or flavors to mix things up. Just gather your ingredients, blend up, and then roll into bite size balls and enjoy!
When someone said chocolate was food for the gods, they were thinking of our infused goji cacao chocolate bark recipe. It's a superfood, after all. Our infused goji cacao chocolate bark recipe will woo you in by the first bite. Loaded with antioxidants and healthy fats, we could call this chocolaty goodness the ultimate skin food.